Scott Kisner Homes, LLC

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Martha S.

Review of Johnson County Siding & Window Co. by

· Olathe

Good experience. Workers always courteous. Very satisfied with the results. Looks like I have a new house. Have alsoreceived compliments from neighbors who are impressed with quality of work. One small snag at end of job with electric wire was handled efficiently. Company took care of providin... more

Kimberly R.

Review of Pier Masters by

· Lee's Summit

Master Mudjackers did an excellent job bringing my seriously deficient driveway back to usable. Weather was a problem for the first two dates scheduled, but the office staff worked with me to find a mutually satisfactory date, get the work scheduled, and to follow up with payment after the fact Grea... more

Herb A.

Review of Teague Electric by

· Spring Hill

The electrician did a great job for us,as always. He was here on time and worked very quickly to get the job done.

Hershel H.

Review of Champion Windows of Kansas City by

· Lenexa

Door Installation went fine but at the end when we did a final inspection I notice some pretty good scratches in the bronze outside finiish on the door and screen. Danny made no effort to resolve this but told me I could pick up touch up ;paint from the office as he had none. Went to the office b... more

I have cracks in my basement concrete. What type of expert can tell me if the problem is serious? How do I find someone who can give me an unbiased appraisal?
Nov 19, 2015
All concrete has cracks. The difference is if it leaking or getting worse. Call the local wterproofing or mudd jacking contractor for a site visit.
What is the best way to install 30" high x 72" wide x 5/8 thick double pane fixed glass in vertical wall on roof. I am replacing "cloudy"existing ones
Hi Glenn, If they are cloudy between the panes it is almost always and indication of "Seal Failure". If the windows are still covered under a 10 year warranty you should first contact the window manuf ... read more
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